Vic the Brick is a cornerstone of AM 570 LA Sports. He’s also the only guy at the station with facial hair rivaling that of Sweet James Bergener, the Dense Beard of Justice.
Naturally, Vic Jacobs and James Bergener are close. But their bond extends past their beards into a deep professional appreciation. They volunteer together annually for the Paralyzed Veterans of America Radiothon.
There are few on-air talents who have as much love for the work as Vic. It’s obvious his multi-decade career isn’t the result of sitting back and drawing a paycheck.
Vic is in it to make great radio for the fans. There’s hardly ever an AM 570 event where he doesn’t show up. And you can always count on him to be the most outrageously dressed man at the party.
James shares that same passion. It’s not about coming to an office and putting in a day’s work.
To be a great personal injury attorney you have to love what you do. For Sweet James it’s about the people he is able to help – people who would otherwise be stuck with unfair treatment by an insurance company.
James Bergener founded Bergener Mirejovsky as a different kind of law firm. We want to make a difficult process as painless as possible.
Accidents and injuries have a profound impact on victims and their families. The recovery process can be stressful and take time. But that’s where we come in. We will help you coordinate your medical treatment and negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf.
We work on a contingency fee basis – so you can rest assured there will be no out-of-pocket expenses. Our fee comes as a percentage of the final settlement.
If you’ve been in an accident, call Sweet James at 800-881-2021 for a free case evaluation. We’ll answer your questions and help you move forward free of charge.
The KFI event will feature attorneys specialized in different areas of law. Attendees are invited to get free legal advice from any of the attorneys present. It’s a great opportunity to make sure you get the advice you need without being charged an arm and a leg.
Sweet James Bergener, the Dense Beard of Justice, will be there to answer your personal injury questions.
Bill Handel’s KFI Law Day
Saturday, June 13, 2015 at 8am-3pm
Anaheim Business Expo Center
1960 S. Anaheim Way
Anaheim, California 92805
KFI Law Day has always been a great way to meet some attorneys face to face for free legal advice in just about any field of law. It’s also fun to mingle with Bill Handel, Sweet James, and whoever else happens to show up (last year Tim Conway Jr showed up unannounced to crash Law Day.)
We can’t speak for other law firms, but at Bergener Mirejovsky we want to make your case as easy as possible. Don’t wait for Law Day if you think you might have a case.
We are ready to help you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call us at 1-800-881-2021 and we will be happy to help you with any legal questions you have immediately.
You only get one shot at your case. Arm yourself with the knowledge you need to make the best decisions about your accident claim, your medical care, and avenues to compensation. Don’t back down. Get the fair treatment you deserve from the insurance company.
This morning a San Bernardino jury awarded 3 million dollars to a couple following a protracted legal battle. On July 16, 2010, Sabrina Buelna was struck by a rotten falling tree branch right outside the Crestline home she shared with her husband and three small children. She sustained severe injuries to both her legs and feet. Bergener Mirejovsky was able to prove to jurors that Sabrina’s life altering injuries were caused by grave negligence – not by a freak accident as the defense would have them believe.
We submitted multiple settlement demands for the $1 million policy limits to Farmers’ Insurance, the homeowner’s insurance in the case. They refused time after time, countering with negligible offers that would not begin to cover Sabrina’s medical expenses exceeding $600,000.
After persistent efforts to settle the case quickly out of court, attorney James Bergener filed a complaint with the Superior Court of the State of California in the County of San Bernardino.
Whenever necessary, Bergener Mirejovsky is prepared to litigate on behalf of our clients in order to protect their interests and obtain the best possible settlement. In this case, Farmers’ obstinate unwillingness to pay out the $1 million policy limits instead has led to a jury verdict of $3 million in favor of the Buelna family.
Sabrina’s husband Charles consulted with our personal injury attorneys at Bergener Mirejovsky just days after the accident. It was immediately clear that the owner and landlord of the property, Michael Hill, demonstrated extreme negligence by not removing the tree prior to this accident. There had been past incidents of fallen branches resulting in damages as well as previous branches removed due to tree rot.
Moreover Hill, the defendant in the suit, was a professional landlord at the time the Sabrina was injured. He and members of his family were in the business of residential construction and home improvements including landscaping and tree maintenance. It was therefore likely that Hill was aware that the tree posed extreme danger of death and or serious injury to those in its vicinity. Nevertheless, Hill did not warn his tenants, our clients, about the dangerous tree or inspect it to discover the extensive rot inside.
When the heavy branch broke off, it landed directly on Sabrina’s legs and feet, causing crush injuries requiring multiple invasive surgeries. She was airlifted from the scene to Arrowhead Regional Hospital, and was later transferred to the UCI Medical Center in order to receive proper expert care. She remained hospitalized for several months. As a result of the incident Sabrina was separated from her young children for an extended period of time, and her limited mobility has made caring for them more difficult.
Today’s verdict will cover Sabrina’s past medical expenses, as well as pay for any future treatment. We wish to thank the men and women of the jury for taking the time to thoughtfully review the evidence. We know how difficult it is to be away from work and home to serve on jury duty and we appreciate their sacrifice. The Buelnas are especially grateful to move forward. The pain and suffering – non-monetary damages – endured by Sabrina, Charles, and their children has been substantial. We are pleased that this 3 million dollar verdict can help the Buelna family start putting their lives back together.